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How to Reduce Clutter to Reduce Stress

Clutter has been scientifically proven to raise stress levels. Follow these simple steps for a smarter, healthier and clutter-free home to help you feel more relaxed.

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Speed-Clean Clutter Control

Fifteen minutes of tidying every night: That's the secret to a stress-free home, says Ashley Brown of the Seventh House on the Left. "We call it the Bumble Bee Cleaning method," she says. "Our regimen includes straightening up the pillows on the sofa, wiping down the kitchen countertops, taking out the trash and starting the dishwasher. It makes waking up the next morning so much more enjoyable."

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